NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.

Index to documents from the NASA Technical Reports Server: Aeronautics and Lifting Bodies

  1. Configuration development study of the X-24C hypersonic research airplane  
  2. Configuration development study of the X-24C hypersonic research airplane, phase 2
  3. Pilot-Induced Oscillation Research: The Status at the End of the Century; Volume 1 - Shafer, Mary F.  
  4. Pilot-Induced Oscillation Research: Status at the End of the Century; Volume 2 - Shafer, Mary F.  
  5. Flight Evaluation of an Aircraft with Side and Center Stick Controllers and Rate-Limited Ailerons - Shafer, Mary F.  
  6. Extraction of stability and control derivatives from orbiter flight data - Shafer, Mary F.  
  7. Wingless Flight: The Lifting Body Story
  8. Space Shuttle hypersonic aerodynamic and aerothermodynamic flight research and the comparison to ground test results  
  9. Initial flight test of a ground deployed system for flying qualities assessment - Shafer, Mary F.  
  10. Results of an aerodynamic investigation of a space shuttle orbiter/747 carrier vehicle configuration 1975
  11. Wilbur and Orville Wright: A Bibliography Commemorating the One-Hundredth Anniversary of the First Powered Flight, December 17, 1903  
  12. Review of NASA research programs on the lifting body class of entry vehicles - 1964
  13. NASA CV-990 Airborne Laboratory: Experimenters' handbook - 1970
  14. Aerothermal Test of Metallic TPS for X-33 Reusable Launch Vehicle
  15. Aerodynamic Characteristics and Development of the Aerodynamic Database of the X-34 Reusable Launch Vehicle - 1999
  16. Aerodynamic Characteristics and Control Effectiveness of the HL-20 Lifting Body Configuration at Mach 10 in Air - 1999

B-70 Aircraft Study

  1. Volume 1
  2. Volume 2
  3. Volume 3
  4. Volume 4


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